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early b-body max wedge mopars drag racing

It’s really nice to see pair of early B-body Mopars drag racing with Father & Son behind the wheel. Ron (Father) takes Ken Permenter’s 1963 Dodge 330 race car powered by a 426 Max Wedge engine paired with T85 3-speed manual tranny to the the race track for the first time in 30 years and his son Jesse lines up next to him with 1962 Plymouth Savoy 413 Max Wedge 4-speed clone car.

Play Scotts Speed Shop’s video to see this pair of fascinating B-body Mopars flexing muscle.


Did You See the Story of Keith’s 505 Wedge Powered B-Body Mopar? 


1968 plymouth road runner dragcar
Click on the Photo to See the Story of this 505 Wedge Powered Plymouth Road Runner

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